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K-12 Teaching Resources

This guide provides selected teaching resources for K-12 curriculum.

Purpose of this guide

This guide is to assist those who need K-12 teaching resources including lesson plans.  Resources, lesson plans etc are grouped by content area under the tabs.

Education Library Guides and Resources

There are many other library guides that support education. If you are looking for a course guide look under the course number. Below is a brief list of some of the additional guides that support the research & curriculum in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Education
Physical Education
Children's & Young Adult Literature 

Tests, Measures and Assessments in Education 


Additional Guides

If you are looking for information about education degrees, programs and more check out the Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College website.

Education Librarians

Alexandra Humphreys
602-496-1188
Alexandra.Humphreys@asu.edu

Linda DeFato
480-965-3082
Linda.DeFato@asu.edu

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